"The ability to resize your VPS without rebooting is unprecedented. We know exactly what the developer community wants in a hosting service." -Thomas Brenneke, Network Redux President
Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 06, 2011
Network Redux released an unmatched feature today that allows developers to resize the virtual server without rebooting.
This is one more way that Network Redux is striving to give developers unprecedented control and flexibility.
Available on Network Redux’s customer dashboard, users can increase resources within seconds without having to reboot, keeping websites up and running during heavy traffic.
“We’re changing expectations. I work directly with our clients and know exactly what they are looking for,” said Thomas Brenneke, Network Redux’s President. “We know the demands of the community and are able to deliver the tools at a rapid rate.”
Network Redux is a developer-focused provider of Managed Linux hosting solutions. The company operates three secure data centers where it deploys and manages the entire stack using its own vendor-certified hardware that includes Dell PowerEdge Servers, Equallogic Storage, Force10 Routing and Switching and Watchguard Security Appliances. Headquarter in Portland, Ore., Network Redux is made up of top-notch engineers around the world.
Explore the instant resize option yourself: http://www.networkredux.com/web-hosting/virtual-servers.